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Showing 1 to 6 of 6 results for aspirin and the lynch syndrome

  1. Molecular testing strategies for Lynch syndrome in people with colorectal cancer (DG27)

    Evidence-based recommendations on using immunohistochemistry or microsatellite instability testing to guide further testing for Lynch syndrome in people with colorectal cancer

  2. Colorectal cancer . Patient decision aid on Lynch syndrome: should I take aspirin to reduce my chance of getting bowel cancer?

    1 Lynch syndrome: should I take aspirin to reduce my chance of getting bowel cancer? Patient decision aid How...

  3. Testing strategies for Lynch syndrome in people with endometrial cancer (DG42)

    Evidence-based recommendations on testing strategies for Lynch syndrome for people with endometrial cancer

  4. Colorectal cancer (NG151)

    This guideline covers managing colorectal (bowel) cancer in people aged 18 and over. It aims to improve quality of life and survival for adults with colorectal cancer through management of local disease and secondary tumours (metastatic disease).

  5. Patient decision aids

    laugh or sneeze. Lynch syndrome: should I take aspirin to reduce my chance of getting bowel cancer? Having...

  6. How my experience as a patient helped shape NICE guidelines for colorectal cancer

    Following my surgery and treatment for colorectal cancer in 2014, I wanted to contribute to research in the cancer field and hopefully improve things for patients in the future, so I applied and was accepted to be a lay member for NICE’s colorectal cancer guideline committee.